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Movie references, sight gags, silly puns, and double entendres abound in , Jim Abrahams' sequel to Jim Abrahams -- only now the object of the skewering is the Stallone Rambo movies instead of Jim Abrahams. Charlie Sheen returns as the lunk-headed Topper Harley, who has retreated to a Buddhist monastery after being dumped by Ramada Rodham Hayman (Valerie Golino). In this far-off retreat, the monks have "taken a vow of celibacy, just like their fathers and their fathers before them." But Topper bulks up and goes back into action when his superior officer, Colonel Denton Walters (Richard Crenna) is captured by a Saddam Hussein look-alike, missing somewhere between "Iraq and a Hard Place." Topper charges into Iraq (after barreling through a Beverly Hills barbecue) along with sexy CIA operative Michelle Rodham Huddleston (Brenda Bakke) in tow, his guns ablazing. ~ Paul Brenner, Rovi

  • Release date:May 21, 1993

Cast

Charlie Sheen
as Topper Harley
Lloyd Bridges
as Tug Benson
Valeria Golino
as Ramada Rodham Hayman
Richard Crenna
as Colonel Denton Walters
Brenda Bakke
as Michelle Rodham Huddleston
Miguel Ferrer
as Harbinger
Rowan Atkinson
as Dexter Hayman
Jerry Haleva
as Saddam Hussein
Jackie Burch
David Wohl
as Gerou
Mitchell Ryan
as Gray Edwards
Michael Colyar
as Williams
Ryan Stiles
as Rabinowitz
Rosemary Johnston
as Lavinia Rodham Benson
Ben Lemon
as Team 2 Leader
Buck McDancer
as Richard M. Nixon
Ed Beheler
as Jimmy Carter
Jay Koch
as Ronald Reagan
Dian Kobayashi
as Mrs.Roham Soto
Bob Vila
as Himself
Corey Rand
as Sollozzo Look-Alike
Tony Edwards
as Limo Driver
James Lew
as Kickboxer Opponent
Gerald Okamura
as Corrupt Kick Boxing Referee
Chi Muoi Lo
as Thai Kick Boxing Sportscaster
Norm Compton
as Phil
Kelly Connell
as Radio Operator
Joseph V. Perry
as Singing Waiter
Oz Tortora
as Singing Busboy
Judy Kahan
as Veiled Woman
Mark Steen
as Adrian Messenger
Scott Reeves
as Navy Seal
Keith Woulard
as Navy Seal
Dan Jessee
as Navy Seal
Nancy Abrahams
as Mother Whose Baby is Snatched
Jane Butenoff
as Slim Woman at Banquet
Louise Yaffe
as Gray Edwards' Concubine
Alice Gruenberg
as Backyard Family
Gregory Sierra
as The Captain
Andreas Katsulas
as Rufshaad
Clyde Kusatsu
as Prime Minister Soto
Charles Haugk
as Navy Seal
Martin Sheen
as Himself (uncredited)
Shaun Toub
as Sleeping Guard
Mitchell Ryan
as Gray Edwards
Shaun Toub
as Sleeping Guard
Bob Vila
as Himself
Jane Butenoff
as Slim Woman at Banquet
Dian Kobayashi
as Mrs.Roham Soto
Michael Colyar
as Williams
Chi Muoi Lo
as Thai Kick Boxing Sportscaster
Joseph V. Perry
as Singing Waiter
Charles Haugk
as Navy Seal
Scott Reeves
as Navy Seal
Gregory Sierra
as The Captain
Louise Yaffe
as Gray Edwards' Concubine
Clyde Kusatsu
as Prime Minister Soto
Alice Gruenberg
as Backyard Family
Martin Sheen
as Himself (uncredited)
Ryan Stiles
as Rabinowitz
Nancy Abrahams
as Mother Whose Baby is Snatched
Ed Beheler
as Jimmy Carter
Buck McDancer
as Richard M. Nixon
Norm Compton
as Phil
David Wohl
as Gerou
Tony Edwards
as Limo Driver
Jay Koch
as Ronald Reagan
Gerald Okamura
as Corrupt Kick Boxing Referee
Dan Jessee
as Navy Seal
Corey Rand
as Sollozzo Look-Alike
Mark Steen
as Adrian Messenger
James Lew
as Kickboxer Opponent
Ben Lemon
as Team 2 Leader
Andreas Katsulas
as Rufshaad
Oz Tortora
as Singing Busboy
Rosemary Johnston
as Lavinia Rodham Benson
Keith Woulard
as Navy Seal
Kelly Connell
as Radio Operator
Judy Kahan
as Veiled Woman

Crew

Jim Abrahams
Director
William Badalato
Producer
Jim Abrahams
Screenwriter
Pat Proft
Screenwriter
Matthew Leonetti
Cinematographer
John R. Leonetti
Cinematographer
Basil Poledouris
Composer (Music Score)
Malcolm Campbell
Editor
William Badalato
Production Designer
Greg Papalia
Art Director
Greg Norberg
Associate Producer
Michael McManus
Associate Producer
Pat Proft
Executive Producer
Jerie Kelter
Set Designer
Mary Malin
Costume Designer
Thomas D. Causey
Sound/Sound Designer
Steve Maslow
Sound/Sound Designer
Denis L. Stewart
First Assistant Director
Matthew Rowland
First Assistant Director
Lester Wilson
Choreography
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